Death has dominated the news cycle this past week – from discussion of “deathers” at town hall meetings to analysis of Senator Ted Kennedy’s last days. My field of bioethics deals with both of these issues.
We said goodbye to our beloved old dog at the beginning of summer. He joined our household at 6 weeks of age, a huge ball of fluff from Animal Humane whose only crime was that his father, a dog of indeterminate heritage, had impregnated his mother, a pure-blooded Newfoundland with… Continue
I’m a high school dropout.
Early this summer I met up with another Bareleña at the Red Ball Café in the heart of Barelas. In the midst of updates about neighborhood politics, she mentioned that Richard Romero, candidate for mayor of Albuquerque, was from Barelas. Minutes later, who should walk in but Mr.… Continue